Meanwhile on Instagram: Nature's contours converge with man-made lines in architect Pranav Naik's photos

Architect Pranav Naik's Instagram feed is a study in both nature's contours and man-made lines. From pipe-ends that resemble bubbles to paan-stained metal sheets that have an odd beauty, here are the best picks from his handle, @click_pranav.

Helter skelter . . . #helterskelter #sign #school #schoolzone #mumbai

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Found a bucket in a bucket at Byculla . . . #bucket #dyeing #gloves #mumbai

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Looks like bubbles :) . . . #bubbles #pipes #galvanized #workshop #steel #materials

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Place as painting . . . #painting #place #space #tranquebar #danish #fort

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For all sizes . . . #red #door #pondicherry #toilet #vintage

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#gulmohar #roots #fortcanningpark #clarkquay #singapore

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#layers at #sunset in #uttarakhand #deodhar #shivaliks

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#intersecting #lines

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#ferrous #patterns

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Updated Date: Jun 14, 2018 12:37 PM

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